UK forces home sales for illegal migrant housing, targeting elderly homeowners.

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An elderly couple who had just moved into their £200,000 house were horrified to receive a letter from their council suggesting the property could be subject to compulsory purchase and used to house asylum seekers.

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Jose and Ted Saunders said they were ‘insulted and shocked’ when the strongly-worded letter from North Northamptonshire Council – which has never balanced its own books – dropped on their mat last month.

It said their neat mid-terraced house in Rushden, near Wellingborough, was deemed to be an empty property, or was ‘derelict’ and the council could even force them to sell it.

‘I couldn’t believe it,’ said retired carer Jose, 76. ‘We moved to Rushden to help provide childcare for my grand-daughter and found this nice little place to live.

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‘The idea of forcing us to sell it to make room for refugees and asylum seekers seems totally wrong.’

www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-13079637/Our-council-tried-force-sell-200-000-home-make-room-asylum-seekers-Elderly-couples-horror-strongly-worded-letter-lands-doorstep.html

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